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Knowledge DT - Making a Product QCA scheme of work 4D
Alarms Design and make an alarm that will protect something Advertise the end product TV advert Poster Radio jingle Literacy Framework:
Write a written voice-over script to persuade a reader to buy a product. Demonstrate how to combine words, music and images to convince the reader. Ideas- Investigate, Disassembly,
Evaluative Activities. Looking at existing alarms
Looking at existing advertisement campaigns
Thinking about a niche in the market
Looking at audience and their needs
Looking at persuasive texts Creativity is a “imaginative activity fashioned so as to produce outcomes that are both original and of value” (NACCCE, 1999, p.30) Creative teaching encourages children to find out and speculate (Howe, 2004) Creative teaching offers learners the opportunity to “undertake research based on their own enquiries” (Cremin, 2009, p.41) Giving children ownership of their work is a core feature of “creative practice” (Cremin, 2009, p.40) Current thinking about D&T clearly shows the way that pupils' creativity should be centre-stage (Spendlove and Hopper, 2004, p67). ICT
Create advertising campaign using ICT tools.
National Curriculum for Key Stage 2
2a How to develop and refine ideas by bringing together, organising and reorganising text, tables, images and sound as appropriate [for example, desktop publishing, multimedia presentations]
3a How to share and exchange information in a variety of forms, including e-mail [for example, displays, posters, animations, musical compositions]
3b To be sensitive to the needs of the audience and think carefully about the content and quality when communicating information [for example, work for presentation to other pupils, writing for parents, publishing on the internet].
4a Review what they and others have done to help them develop their ideas
4b Describe and talk about the effectiveness of their work with ICT, comparing it with other methods and considering the effect it has on others [for example, the impact made by a desktop-published newsletter or poster]
4c Talk about how they could improve future work.
Cremin, T. “Creative teachers and creative teaching”, in Wilson, A. (Ed) (2009) Creativity in Primary Education, Exeter: Learning Matters.
Howe, A. (2004) “Science is Creative”, Primary Science Review, 81, pp.14-16.
NACCCE (1999) All our futures: creativity, culture and education. London: DFES.
Spendlove, D. and Hopper, M. (2004) "D&T and ICT" in Jones, R. and Wyse, D. Creativity in the Primary Curriculum, London: David Fulton.